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Christopher TitmussDharma Talk: The Benefits And The Limits Of The Present Moment (March 2009)

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A common spiritual view claims that there is only the Now. We are encouraged to be harmonious and one with the now. Certain gurus claim that the now is the true reality. This gives the feeling of oneness. So truth is then oneness. Is it? Is it the true reality? It is not a teaching of the Buddha to make such claims about oneness and the now.

Dharma talk recorded in England, 2009

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This audio is part of the collection: Dharma Talks and Teachings
It also belongs to collection: Spirituality & Religion

Artist/Composer: Christopher Titmuss
Date: 2009-03
Language: English
Keywords: Dharma; Dhamma; Buddha; Titmuss

Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0

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